Tom Cruise, who produced the “Mission Impossible” series with said that some years ago that it does for every part of the franchise wants a different director, who impresses the film has its own style. Brian De Palma made ?? the first part of a styled Heist film, John Woo, it was exaggerated in part two with slow motion and physically impossible action and Lost creator JJ Abrams, a dirty, “handmade” but underrated action film. For the fourth part was the animation director Brad Bird (“The Iron Giant,” “The Incredibles”) and undertakes that forms the familiar elements of the series to a fast-paced high-tech thriller.
The film is certainly not particularly deep, but one of the best action films of the year. The contract for the IMF team this time is more explosive than its predecessors. Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his colleagues (Simon Pegg, Paula Patton) must prevent the mad Russians Hendricks (Michael Nyqvist) from coming into the possession of the launch codes for a nuclear weapon. Is attached as an attempt by the Kremlin Hendricks on the IMF, have to cope Hunt and his colleagues without the usual support. This pushes the analyst Brandt (Jeremy Renner), the team who seems to have secrets from Ethan Hunt.
As with the James Bond films, the plot basically does not matter. The fact that the team is acting on your own takes a back seat, because the agents have technical aids so amply. The emotional aspects, such as the Hunt’s late wife, and the history of Brandt, only unimportant subplots that give the film some depth only superficial and irrelevant to the conduct of the action are. The film starts from the beginning of action and sets off with his type and the abundance of action scenes from all competition. The rest of the audience are short enough so that boredom does not.
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In this mix the well-known maker of hand scenes with unusual innovations. Like seemingly every Mission Impossible movie is sometime through a ventilation shaft, and as always, for some secure building must be secret documents stolen. Brad Bird succeeds, however, be filed with the staging of so much creativity that these scenes have not just been seen. The fight scenes are choreographed well, cars going in either the home or car during a sandstorm in masses to break and when Hunt’s scrambled at the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, is one of the breath away.
With all of the nearly impossible actions of the team, but the film leaves the technical gimmicks often badly, so that “Ghost Protocol” almost like a science fiction film acts. Even if one accepts this, the movie has some moments of illogical and unrealistic action scenes, which one – typical for the genre – must simply accept. From the realism of a “Jason Bourne” film is far away, but realism was never the goal anyway the (movie) series.